February 21, 2014
Congratulations on choosing your major!
So now what do you do? You meet with your departmental liaison librarian.
That's right: you not only have a Personal Librarian assigned to you as a first year, but you get a discipline-specific librarian once you have declared your major.
Come to the library and meet your liaison librarian in the Couper classroom, Burke Library Sundays at 3pm & 7pm!
We can give you an overview of subject-specific resources, figure out how we can stay in touch, and generally show you the ropes.
Major Research Sessions are listed below:
Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Studies, Geoarchaeology, Geosciences, Mathematics, Neuroscience, Physics
Glynis Asu: April 27
Anthropology, Latin American Studies, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Women’s Studies
Laura Festine: February 23; April 13
American Studies, Communication, English and Creative Writing, History: North and South America, Philosophy
Reid Larson: March 9; April 20
Art, Art History, Economics, Government
Lynn Mayo: April 6; May 4
Africana Studies, Asian Studies, Classics, Comparative Literature, Critical Languages, Dance and Movement Studies, East Asian Languages and Literature, French, German and Russian Language and Literature, Hispanic Studies, History: Europe, Africa and Asia, Russian Studies, Theatre
Kristin Strohmeyer: March 2; March 30
Lisa Forrest: by appointment email@example.com
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